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SSC Stenographer Exam Answer key Solved Question Paper 2016

Staff selection commission conducted a national level written examination for the recruitment of stenographer grade C and Grade D examination. SSC Steno Exam Was held on 31 July 2016 at various examination center of all over India. 
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SSC Stenographer Exam Expected Cutoff marks Grade C, D 2016

Morning Shift GK Answers:
(1) the capital of yadav king was - Devagiri
(2) the fall of bastille is associated with the - French Revolution of 1789
(3) which governor general was called as the father of the local self government in India - Lord Ripon
(4) The three emperors league 1873 was also known as - Dreikaiserbund Treaty
(5) Panditraj Jagannath was the poet laureate of which of the following rulers - Shah Jahan
(6) which of the following is formed out of volcanic eruptions in India - Deccan Plateau
(7) The supply-side measure to control inflation is - higher taxation to mop up liquidity
(8) The ability principle of taxation is given by - Adam Smith
(9) World Economic Report is published by - IMF
(10) Galloping inflation is also known as - Hyper inflation
(11) Average fixed cost curve is - Downward sloping
(12) Article 368 of the Indian constitution deals with - Amending Procedure
(13) Who among the following proposed the suggestion for a constituent assembly first in 1935 - M. N Roy
(14) According to paul appleby the quality of good administrators is - self-confidence
(15) which of the following works of plato is primarily a treatise on justice - The republic
(16) who was referred to as the Ambassador of Hindu-Muslim Unity by Sarojni Naidu - Muhammad Ali Jinnah
(17) which one of the following is commonly known as pond silk - spirogyra
(18) Gynecomastia - development of breasts in males
(19) the highest concentration of urea is found in - hepatic vein
(20) terrigenous deposits are found in - continental shelf and slope
(21) which of the following is the only volcanic peak in Antarctica - mt erebus
(22) who laid the foundation of the school of possibilism - humboldt
(23) the lysimeter helps in the estimation of - evapotranspiration
(24) compounds that are needed for enzymes to function properly are - vitamins
(25) Heavy water - Deuterium oxide
(26) to prevent damage from lightening lightening conductor are used on tall structures. The lightening conductor - can be of any shape
(27) infrared radiation are detected by - spectrometer
(28) Beta rays emitted by radioactive material are - neutral particles
(29) which of the following computer memories is non-valatile - ROM
(30) in present day computing which code is used and is accepted worldwide - ASCII
(31) which of the following is the strongest base in aqueous solution - diethylamine
(32) the inert gas which is substituted for nitrogen in the air used by deep sea divers for breathing is - helium
(33) cryogenics - low temperature
(34) which of the following is called the land of one thousand lakes - Finland
(35) the tree popularly known as green gold but which is an ecological disaster is - banyan
(36) garampani sanctuary is located at - Diphu Assam
(37) which one of the following is not an artificial sweetener - fructose
(38) an acid having basicity one is - sodium dihydrogen phosphate
(39) which one of the following vegetables oils is used in the manufacture of paints - cottonseed oil
(40) acid rain is caused by the pollution of environment by - Nitrous oxide and sulphar dioxide
(41) which of the following is not a gaseous air pollutant - oxides of nitrogen
(42) The novel when the river sleeps is written by - Easterine kire
(43) in which country did the world's first organised motor race occur - France
(44) who won the prestigious gujar mal modi award for innovative science and technology for the year 2015 - Prof. Mustansir Barma
(45) Entomology is the science that studies - Insects
(46) which country uses the Birr as its currency - Ethiopia
(47) How many nobel prize awards are awarded each year - six
(48) Wellington trophy is associated with - Rowing
(49) World Autism Awareness Day is observed on - 2nd April
(50) who invented the world wide web - Tim berner

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21 comments:

  1. please provide solution of SSC Stenographer English section.

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  2. Can u please upload the complete solutions of Steno 31-07-2016 evening shift.
    Otherwise please send the answer key to my mail id i.e. NARAYANACHINNAMSETTY@GMAIL.COM

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  3. 111- have been
    112-crept
    113-agreed with
    114-down
    115-whom
    116-coax
    117-roam
    118-capacity
    119-awareness
    120-pause
    121-kind / relentless
    122-vice
    123-friendship
    124-dissent
    125-explicit
    126-surprised( though i marked hurt)
    127-rarely
    128-be silent
    129-find out the inner meaning
    130-in writing
    131-rpsq
    132-rpqs
    133-rpqs
    134-sprq
    135-srqp
    146-site
    147-from every
    148-have been waiting
    149-accustom yourself to
    150-lend me a few rupees
    151-jolted to h halt
    152-perspective
    153-through
    154-no improvement
    155-no improvement

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    1. sir, im a new commer to comptitv xamz. can u give answers of close test and passages kindly

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  4. STAFF SELECTION COMMISSION
    EVALUATION OF TRANSCRIPTS OF STENOGRAPHY TESTS- NATURE OF MISTAKES
    I. FULL MISTAKES : The following mistakes are treated as full mistakes :-
    a) Every omission of a word or figure including omission of a definite or indefinite
    article. In case a group of words is omitted, mark as many mistakes as the actual
    number of words omitted.
    b) Every substitution of a wrong word or figure. The number of mistakes will be
    equal
    to the number of words/figures dictated which have been replaced/substituted by
    other words(s)/ figure(s).
    c) Every addition of a word or figure or a group of words or figures not occurring in
    the
    passage.
    II. HALF MISTAKES : The following are treated as Half mistakes :--
    a) Mis-spelling, including transposition of letters in a word and also omission of a
    letter or letters from a word. However, mis-spelling of proper nouns and
    unfamiliar names are ignored.
    b) Using singular for plural noun and vice versa.
    c) Wrong use of capital or small letters at the beginning of the sentence.
    III. NOTE
    i) More than one error in a single word : All the errors are counted but the total
    mistakes counted in a single word should not exceed one full mistake.
    ii) CANDIDATES ARE NOT BE PENALISED FOR ANY TYPE OF ERRORS OR
    MISTAKES OTHER THAN THOSE DESCRIBED ABOVE.

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  5. EVALUATION OF TYPE / DEST SCRIPTS (ENGLISH / HINDI)
    NATURE OF MISTAKES
    A. Full Mistakes : The following errors are treated as full mistakes :--
    -- For every omission of word/ figure.
    -- For every substitution of a wrong word /figure.
    -- For every addition of a word / figure not found in the passage.
    B. Half Mistakes : The following errors are treated as half mistakes :--
    (i) Spacing Errors : Where no space is provided between two words,
    e.g. ‘Ihope’ or undesired space is provided between the words or
    letters of a word e.g. hope I have, ‘I hxxave’.
    (ii) For every spelling error committed by way of repetition, or addition or
    transposition or omission or substitution of a letter/letters, e.g. the word
    ‘spelling’ typed as ‘seeplings’ etc.
    (iii) Wrong Capitalisation : Wrong use of capital letter for small letter
    and vice-versa. (This does not apply to Hindi typewriting scripts).
    NOTE-1 : Any corrections made by pen or pencil are ignored and no credit is given to such
    corrections.

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  6. morning shift- error detection
    101- give me little milk
    102-on the hall
    103-grew day by day
    104-from a santro
    105-lawn in front ( though i marked there were extensive)
    106-wise men follow nobel
    107-the navel officers
    108-but somebody else
    109-state disarray
    110-regarded one of the

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  7. Morning Shift, Fill in the blanks, 111-115,
    111. C. Crept,
    112. B. Whom,
    113. B. Down
    114. C. Agreed with,
    115. B. Have been.
    Morning Shift, Synonym:
    116. Caliber- Capacity,
    117. Consciousness- Understanding/Awareness,
    118. Hesitate- Pause,
    119. Wander-Roam,
    120. Persuade- Coax.
    Antonym
    121. Evasive-*
    122. Hostility- Friendship,
    123. Assent-Dissent,
    124. Virtue-Vice,
    125. Relentless-Kind.
    *mark wala answer bata do koi.Idiom/Phrase
    126. Once in a blue moon - B. Rarely,
    127. B. Be silent,
    128. C. Find out the inner meaning.
    129. A. In writing
    130. B. Surprised.
    Arrangement of sentence: 131-135, morning shift.
    131. Use bright, cheerful......cut him down language,
    ans- C. RPQS,
    132. Along with the orthodox hindu....
    ans - B. RPQS,
    133. My grandmother.......
    ans- D. RPQS,
    134. It is the twilight....
    ans: B. SPRQ,
    135. AN officer in Andhra Pradesh.....
    ans:- D. RPSQ.
    Narration, Solved by Atul Bhatt,
    Atul Bhatt> Only Genius SSC Stenographer
    156- do you know that man
    ans-ravi askd hs frnd whthr he knew that man
    157- i asked him whether he had
    ans- i said to him did you not
    158-rahul said what have you been
    ans-rahul asked me what i had been
    159- he said to the children
    ans-he invited the children to come the park with him
    160- i said to him
    ans- i told him that he was
    161- he said to me
    ans- he told me that i was late
    162- the teacher said
    ans- the tchr askd the stdnts
    163-he said that the book
    ans-he said this is very
    164-she said to him i have bought
    ans-she told him that she had
    165- i love choco
    ans- angeline said that she loved choco.
    Voice , solved by Atul Bhatt,
    136- a small epitaph had been...
    ans- they had laid out
    137- the nurse
    ans-the sick boy is being
    138-our parents
    ans-we have been
    139-why did your father
    ans-why ws sch an hnble job refused
    140- james cameron
    ans-the titanic was
    141- mr dutta
    ans- english is taught
    142- has the postman
    ans- has the letter not been
    143- john is building
    ans-a new cupboard is being
    144-someone will pay
    ans- you will be
    145- drinking was ruining
    ans-his life was being


    Q No. 111-115,
    111. C. Crept,
    112. B. Whom,
    113. B. Down
    114. C. Agreed with,
    115. B. Have been.
    Kitne thik hua hai, plz?


    Morning Shift, Antonym
    121. Evasive-*
    122. Hostility- Friendship,
    123. Assent-Dissent,
    124. Virtue-Vice,
    125. Relentless-Kind.
    *mark wala answer bata do koi.

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  8. Morning Shift, Synonym:
    116. Caliber- Capacity,
    117. Consciousness- Understanding/Awareness,
    118. Hesitate- Pause,
    119. Wander-Roam,
    120. Persuade- Coax.
    Kitne thik hue, plz.Arrangement of sentence: 131-135, morning shift.
    131. Use bright, cheerful......cut him down language, ans- C. RPQS,
    132. Along with the orthodox hindu....ans - B. RPQS,
    133. My grandmother.......ans- D. RPQS,
    134. It is the twilight....ans: B. SPRQ,
    135. AN officer in Andhra Pradesh.....ans:- D. RPSQ.
    Kitne thik hua hai, plz.

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  9. Morning shift
    Idiom/Phrase
    126. Oncr in a blue moon - B. Rarely, 127. B. Be silent,
    128. C. Find out the inner meaning.
    129. A. In writing
    130. B. Surprised.
    Correct me plz

    156- do you know that man
    ans-ravi askd hs frnd whthr he knew that man
    157- i asked him whether he had
    ans- i said to him did you not
    158-rahul said what have you been
    ans-rahul asked me what i had been
    159- he said to the children
    ans-he invited the children to come the park with him
    160- i said to him
    ans- i told him that he was
    161- he said to me
    ans- he told me that i was late
    162- the teacher said
    ans- the tchr askd the stdnts
    163-he said that the book
    ans-he said this is very
    164-she said to him i have bought
    ans-she told him that she had
    165- i love choco
    ans- angeline said that she loved choco
    koi galat isme?

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  10. 136- a small epitaph had been...
    ans- they had laid out
    137- the nurse
    ans-the sick boy is being
    138-our parents
    ans-we have been
    139-why did your father
    ans-why ws sch an hnble job refused
    140- james cameron
    ans-the titanic was
    141- mr dutta
    ans- english is taught
    142- has the postman
    ans- has the letter not been
    143- john is building
    ans-a new cupboard is being
    144-someone will pay
    ans- you will be
    145- drinking was ruining
    ans-his life was being

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  11. many incidents of the last month seem unimportant when viewed in perception...
    A.prospective
    B.perspective
    C.perceptive
    D.no improvement


    Mulching helps in
    A weed control
    B increasing soil fertility
    C moisture conservation
    D improving soil structure

    Can anyone solve this question with explanation...???
    3 : 4 :: 5 : ?

    (A) 20 (B) 22 (C) 15 (D) 27

    If only he can swim!
    a.would b.will c.could d. no improvement

    cloze test:
    It was a brave thing to do, for the men.....many in number.
    a.was b.is c.were d.be

    Reasoning odd one out...
    A. 24-45
    B. 35-62
    C. 16-23
    D. 19-33


    Explain it 5:35::.....?
    A) 11:5
    B) 6:66
    C) 7:77
    D) 9:45


    The matter must be considered______ every point
    1 At every
    2 On every
    3 From every
    4 In every

    close test
    and their anger _______
    a) growing
    b) brew
    c) boil
    d) grew


    S. Improvement mai ----entitled to ki jagah kya
    a ayega?

    Aur perception wale mai kya ayega?


    made his mark means?
    a) created vacancy
    b) desired to be
    c) secured good marks
    d) distinguished himself

    find the odd man out
    a) sea
    b) lake
    c) river
    d) pond

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  12. please send me complete solution of morning shift question paper on my mail 333gggamit@gmail.com

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  13. plz post evening shift paper with answers

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  14. Aren't oxides of nitrogen pollutant in nature?

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  15. pleas post the answers of morning swift on 31juy 2016

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  16. thank you for the answer key supplied, kindly submit the morning shift "question paper only" also

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  17. please send me complete solution of morning shift question paper on my mail
    divyasarma59@gmail.com

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  18. Could you Plzz send me the answer key of Evening Shift to my mail id superfasteee@gmail.com

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